Wilton Historical Society “Booked for Lunch”


224 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT Phone: 203-762-7257.

12:30 - 2 pm. Discussing No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II by Doris Kearns Goodwin. Participants bring a brown bag lunch, the Society provides a beverage and dessert. There is no charge, but please register for this program. By email: info@wiltonhistorical.org or call 203-762-7257.

Stamford Museum and Nature Center Observatory Visitors' Night


151 Scofieldtown Rd., Stamford, CT Phone: 203-977-6537.

Observatory Visitors' Night Fridays, 8:30 pm (weather permitting) Stamford Observatory Enter through Scofieldtown Road (north) entrance View the sky through a 22-inch research telescope, weather permitting. Special group visits can be arranged, call 203.977.6521. Program suitable for ages 5 and older. The Stamford Observatory entrance is located off Scofieldtown Road. For GPS users, enter 151 Scofieldtown Road. Please call 203-977-6537 for weather updates in regards to telescope viewing. Members: Free | Non-members: $5 Adults, $3 Children (5-17)

Greenwich Food and Wine Festival

09/23/2017 to 09/24/2017

100 Arch St., Greenwich, CT

The 2017 Greenwich Wine + Food Festival, located at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, CT, is a multi-day event celebrating this area's rich culinary landscape and showcasing innovation in the food and beverage industries. Saturday All day admission pass includes:  Grand Tasting, South of the Border Fiesta, Bud and Burgers, 6th Annual Burger Battle hosted by Adam Richman presented by Angela Swift of Houlihan Lawrence, Empire City Casino, 3rd Annual Top Bartender Showdown, Book Store presented by Barbara Zaccagnini, Lawn Games, The Market Place, Celebrity Green Room, and The Tailgate Party. Access to the full schedule of cooking demonstrations and panel discussions with local and national top chefs, spirits experts and sommeliers. Plus viewing area for featured performances by Ian Murray Band with special guest Pete Francis of Dispatch, and headliner Train on the Main Music Stage.

New Canaan Historical Society Visit the Little Red Schoolhouse


Carter Street , New Canaan, CT Phone: 203.966.1776.

1-3 pm. The Little Red Schoolhouse was the last operating one room schoolhouse in the State of Connecticut and the school has been preserved exactly as Miss Kelley left it when it closed its doors in 1957. The Open House will be staffed by graduates of the school, who will recount stories of what they experienced as students in the one room schoolhouse. Miss Mary Kelley was a "neighborhood kid" and student of the Little Red Schoolhouse in the 1890s. By 1910, Miss Kelley was appointed the school's teacher. In one room, she might have had as many as thirty children in five separate classes, depending on the number of families living in her district. Class size never bothered Miss Kelley, who taught children to share, and be open-minded and curious..

Fright Haven Indoor Haunted Attraction

09/23/2017 to 10/31/2017

411 Barnum Avenue CutOff, Stratford, CT

Fright Haven is Connecticut's Largest and Scariest INDOOR Haunted House with over 20,000 of scares including: Dead End Manor, Deadly Grounds, and Carnival of Evil 3D.

Westport Arts Center -Concert


51 Riverside Ave, Westport, CT Phone: 203-222-7070.

7-9 pm. Join us for a performance by Anthony de Mare, a cutting-edge international pianist. He will perform his celebrated program "LIASONS: Reimagining Sondheim at the Piano."

Stepping Stones Museum for Children


303 West Ave., Norwalk, CT Phone: 203-899-0606.

10:30-11;15 am - Mutt-i-grees. Enjoy a special canine storytime and discussion. Visit with a shelter dog as you learn about social and emotional skills. Shelter dogs courtesy of P.A.W.S. 11:15-1145 and 2:15-2:45 - Weekend Wonder- Join our Play Explorers for engaging experiences that delve deeper into exhibit themes, holidays and more! 2 pm ATW: Performance Series - Performance Series: Candace Wolf: Stories without Borders – Candace Wolf is a masterful storyteller who relates oral histories and stories with traditional humor and the wisdom of cultures worldwide. These spellbinding and hilarious tales teach the true meaning of honesty, responsibility, courage, compassion and respect

The Klein Memorial Auditorium RODRIGUEZ


910 Fairfield Ave, Bridgeport, CT Phone: (203) 259 - 1036.

8 pm. TICKETS: $55 - $85. It would be difficult for any music fan not to be aware of the Sixto Rodriguez story at this point. While Rodriguez always enjoyed a respectable if impressive following in Australia and South Africa, knowingly or not, the Oscar-winning 2012 documentary Searching for Sugar Man that told his tale finally delivered the erstwhile demolition worker the North American success that had eluded him for decades since he released the albums Cold Fact and Coming from Reality at the dawn of the '70s. His newly rediscovered (at least on these shores), psychedelically-tinged songs still pack a potent punch, from the soulful "Sugar Man" to the lovely "I think of You" to the playful "I Wonder" to the scorching "Only Good for Conversation" to the hypnotically ranting "This is Not a Song It's an Outburst: Or, The Establishment Blues." Featuring memorable melodies and incisively poetic lyrics, they recall such obvious influences as Bob Dylan and Donovan.

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk Marine Life Study Cruises

09/23/2017 to 09/24/2017

10 North Water St, Norwalk, CT Phone: 203-852-0700.

1 pm - 3:30 pm. Study marine biodiversity from the water's surface down to the bottom for a first-hand understanding of Long Island Sound's interdependent marine life. Participants utilize such sampling techniques as a plankton tow, biodredge, mud grab and otter trawl that may bring up fish, crabs, lobsters, sea stars and more. A video microscope and touch tank on board enhance observations.

Monroe MusicFest


38 church St, Monroe, CT Phone: 203-268-9327.

The 3rd Annual Monroe MusicFest will present an eclectic mix of gifted musical performers at three separate venues on the church campus. A variety of food will be available from food trucks, and there will be a collection of visual artist's work for sale too. TICKETS: $15 Individual/ $30 Family (max 6) Purchase tickets online at http://www.monroemusicfest.tix.com/